30 March 2021
The MAS released its Enforcement Report for 2020 last November detailing its enforcement actions taken for breaches of MAS regulations and requirements for the period of Jan 2019 – Jun 2020. MAS has stepped up its focus on early detection of market misconduct and will continue to strengthen its enforcement regime, as the nature of financial misconduct grows in sophistication and complexity. In terms of its enforcement priorities for the industry, MAS will continue to focus on the rigor of financial institutions' systems and processes for combatting money laundering and countering terrorism financing as well as the accountability of senior management for breaches by institutions or subordinates.
What should industry players and practitioners be mindful of as they review their internal controls to ensure the robustness and compliance and what are some of the key financial risks, issues and threats risk managers should focus on for the short to medium term in view of the changes in the business environment following the pandemic? Join us for this webinar session, co-organised with Thomson Reuters to find out.
Mr Niall Coburn, Regulatory Intelligence Expert for Governance, Risk and Compliance for Asia Pacific, Thomson Reuters will provide an update on the financial risk landscape touching on key trends globally and regionally as well as touch key findings from the MAS Enforcement Report
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30 Mar 2021
Mr Niall Coburn, Regulatory Intelligence Expert for Governance, Risk and Compliance for Asia Pacific, Thomson Reuters
Industry Panel and Q&A
Mr Jamil Ahmed, Chief Compliance Officer, HSBC Singapore
Mr Victor Ngo, Head, Group Compliance, United Overseas bank Ltd
Ms Peggy Pao, Executive Director (Enforcement), MAS
Mr Niall Coburn, Regulatory Intelligence Expert for Governance, Risk and Compliance for Asia Pacific, Thomson Reuters (Moderator)
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